November 15th, 2005


The Music Plays All Night...

I woke up in the middle of the night again, last night, with Circe trying to get at something outside the window. (This is getting to be a nightly occurrance.) The moon was high, and a puddle of pearl light streamed across the bed. Loud in my ears, the music was playing. I can't recall when I've heard my internal music playing so loud. It was glorious. And I felt good. Hell, I felt better than good, I felt energized and healed and ready to take on anything. All the aches and pains of my body of recent months were gone, and I felt at one with the universe. My creative juices were flowing, too. I can reach out and touch all those stories that constantly want to be set free...

I woke up one more time (I think there is a mouse in the bedroom again---something squealed.) The music was still playing loudly in my head. I can only hope it keep up this pattern of being very loud and very there, of nights. I know that most people don't hear music, but it's such a part of who I am, I feel incomplete if it's not there. It's just that most the time, it's only a faint echo in the back of my mind... And I always feel so ALIVE later when I've got it cycling through my head during the night.
  • Current Music
    Mostly medleys of Tempest and Heather Alexander
Dancing Thru

Hmm, a bit geeky...

"Definitely a Computer Geek, but low in the computer geek social structure."
Considering I'm only a flyweight programmer, mostly a tech-savvy writer who's really a neo-luddite in some ways, this isn't too bad. And most my knowledge is so oldtimer... I mean, who understands assembly any more? I also notice that for some weird reason, it says that women usually average 38, but men 56. So I guess I'm probably lower on the scale of geekiness just because of my gender...

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  • Current Mood
    working working